Oculus Quest 2 Details Leak

Details on the Oculus Quest 2 have apparently leaked online in advance of an official announcement later this week. The Verge has a roundup of the news, a bit of turnabout as this could be considered an invasion of Facebook's privacy (thanks RedEye9). There's a video called Meet Oculus Quest 2 where not Martha Quinn introduces the new standalone VR headset and another clip called Inside the Upgrade where not Rami Malek compares it with the original Quest. Here's a bit of the summary on the clips:
According to the videos, the new headset is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon XR2 platform, which is specifically designed for AR and VR hardware (unlike the general purpose Snapdragon 835 that powered the original Quest). One video boasts that the Quest 2 has an “almost 4K display,” which it says translates to “nearly 2K per eye,” which a second video says is 50 percent more pixels than the original Quest. The headset also has 6GB of RAM (up from 4GB) and up to 256GB of storage (up from a maximum of 128GB), as well as 3D positional audio, and the return of controller-free hand tracking.

Although the videos provide plenty of new details about the Oculus Quest 2, there are a couple of lingering questions. It’s not clear, for a start, what the display’s refresh rate will be, which previous reports indicated could increase from 72Hz to 90Hz or even 120Hz to display smoother motion. There’s also no mention of the headset’s size or weight. Previous reports suggested that the Quest 2 would be less bulky than the original Quest, but the videos simply refer to the new hardware as “streamlined” and “light.”